Kim Kardashian Reveals "My Heart Isn't Connecting" About Kris Humphries
As the season concluded last night on Kourtney & Kim Take New York, so too did Kim Kardashian's marriage. During the weeks leading up to the finale, it was clear that Kim and her new hubby, Kris Humphries, weren't seeing eye to eye, but last night Kim pretty much had a breakdown.
OK! NEWS: BRUCE JENNER LEARNED OF KIM KARDASHIAN'S DIVORCE FROM THE NEWS! The emotional episode showed Kris' side, too, when he talked to Scott Disick and mentioned, "It's getting to the point where we need to start talking about it." The NBA player added, "New York's been tough." Kris ended up admitting things were "really weird right now," and Kim grappled with emotions, knowing things felt "different and wrong." As the couple talked and became determined to spend more time together, they went to the gym to work out, and that's when it started to unravel. VIDEO: KIM KARDASHIAN BREAKS DOWN & REVEALS SHE DESTROYED KRIS HUMPHRIES' LIFE IN NEW VIDEO As Kim indicated, she had a poker face while working out. Kris poked fun at her by saying there's a difference between an athlete and a regular person working out. Next up, they began quarreling over boxes since Kris wanted to move everything to L.A. Kim noted, "There's something that I don't feel comfortable with him moving all of his stuff to my house." Before you knew it, Kim started to break down to Kourtney with mascara-infused tears running down her cheeks. "It happened way too fast," she said. "I didn't know him." She added, "He's everything on paper that I want, but my heart isn't connecting." Kim pointed out she felt "bad for the guy — I changed his whole life." She also felt bad about inviting people to "this huge wedding" and felt like a failure that "everything I envisioned my life to be is not the fairy tale I wanted it to be." OK! NEWS: WHY KIM KARDASHIAN & REGGIE BUSH REALLY BROKE UP Despite living her life in front of the cameras, Kim's heart-to-heart conversation with Kris had to be done while the cameras weren't rolling. "There comes a time where you kind of have to handle your issues privately," she noted.